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Budget 2019: Which property initiative excites you the most?


Let’s keep the conversation going, fellow Malaysians. Here is your chance to share your sentiment over the various real estate initiatives announced under the new Budget. 


Budget 2019 is the one topic on every Malaysian’s lips and has been the subject of much debate these past few days. Everybody is discussing some policy or budget allocation any chance they get. After all, this year’s Federal Budget is especially momentous as it is the first one being tabled by the new Pakatan Harapan government.

It has been widely reported in the media that our Finance Minister, Lim Guan Eng has assured the rakyat over the new government’s commitment to fixing the “mess” left by the previous administration but most importantly, it would not be done at the expense of the people’s well-being.

The real estate sector received its fair share of allocations and policy proposals. Various parties have had contrasting views on these new initiatives, while many consumers were left wishing for more.

We have filtered through the Budget announcement pile and selected the top 10 that will affect Malaysian homebuyers and property investors the most. Granted it will take time to see whether these real estate measures will produce the desired effects. However, today is your chance to rank their importance accordingly and to see how your sentiment measures up against your fellow citizens.

How important are these budget initiatives to you? Rank them accordingly!

All you have to do is to rank the following ten initiatives in order of preference. The ranking will change accordingly as each of you submit your votes:

The more votes we have the better, as it will provide a clearer insight into Malaysians sentiment at large over these Government announcements. In the meantime, do share your thoughts on how some of these policies could be enforced better in the Facebook comments section.

Thanks for participating and stay tuned for the results!
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